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Shrove Tuesday (also known as Shrovetide Tuesday, Pancake Tuesday and Pancake Day) is the day preceding Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Shrove Tuesday is determined by Easter; its date changes annually. Will you be making pancakes in Barnstaple or anywhere else in North Devon?
Make a date for the Christmas Street Food Parties in the Barnstaple Pannier Market on Thursday's the 15th and 22nd of December from 6-10pm, organised by North Devon Street Food and supporting Children's Hospice South West.
Your invitation to a very exciting evening at Trimstone Manor who have been selected as hosts to film a pilot for a reality TV show! you are welcome to share this unique experience!
This is a fantastic opportunity for local food producers, retailers, chefs, publicans, hoteliers, baristas and others to showcase what they do best. With exciting new awards this year, what’s stopping you?
The 20th National BBQ Week will take place from 30th May - 5th June 2016. A summer of sport is just round the corner and with the weather set to be reasonably good, what better time to dust down the patio, fire up the BBQ and get ready for some gastro grilling?
The talented students at the Lampard Community School in Barnstaple have their amazing artwork showcased in local coffee shop
The 16-22 February is National Chip Week!! What a great excuse to eat something we are regularly told is bad for us!! However you like to eat them and which variety you choose to partake in is entirely in your hands.
For all the new food trends that hit us every year, there’s no getting away from the fact that the roast dinner is as popular as ever. With a growing number of customers arriving for their Sunday carvery, Portmore share their top tips for running the perfect carvery.
It's been eight years since National Butchers Week was founded, Meat Trades Journal wants to promote the skills of butchers throughout the UK. How have they done this? By making the week exciting and setting up various activities that get people more involved with their butchers.
Fairtrade is all about improving trade for farmers in developing countries by ensuring they get better prices and good working conditions. Fairtrade helps improve their lives and prevent discrimination against poorer producers.
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